Eragon: Inheritance Book One - Diamond Tomb Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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Diamond Tomb Summary

Eragon wakes and feels ill, and Murtagh stands over him holding the rabbits he has killed. Murtagh asks him whether Brom was the legendary one who killed Morzan in a duel. Murtagh looks troubled, and Eragon is curious how he knows about these events. Murtagh admits that he heard of the new Rider and wished to find out who the Rider is by following the Ra'zac.

Eragon attempts to probe Murtagh's mind but finds that it is guarded. Murtagh asks to examine Eragon's sword, Zar'roc, and after he does, he is shocked to realize that the sword belonged to Morzan. Eragon is also shocked when he thinks about how many riders were killed with the same sword that Brom gave to him.

Eragon and Murtagh talk about what to do with Brom's horse and where they should go next. Eragon admits...

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